For the fifth time in six years, Telluride has been named the #1 ski resort in North America in Condé Nast Traveler’s annual reader survey. View the full results online
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Situated amongst the breathtaking peaks of the San Juan Mountains in Southwest Colorado, The Hotel Telluride offers guests rustic luxury combined with alpine adventure.
The Hotel Telluride, which is just steps away from downtown, offers a convenient home base with a free shuttle to trailheads, dining spots and the local Town Park, which is home to countless festivals.
Climbing the 14,017-foot Wilson Peak is not an easy feat for the author, guided by Josh Butson of San Juan Outdoor Adventures. This climb is available as part of the The Hotel Telluride’s “Crack a Coors on Wilson Peak” package. The offering includes a three-night stay, breakfast, a guided tour to the summit and much-needed […]
The Hotel Telluride Clientele: East coast families who love western charm. Like in most ski towns, Telluride hotels love western-chic decor and the pet-friendly Hotel Telluride is no exception. But strip away the antlers and you’ll find pillow-top mattresses, cushy in-room slippers, and hot tubs ready to soothe achy legs after a lap on one […]
From the comfort of the Hotel Telluride—a cozy, boutique lodge on North Cornet Street—I watched as snow dropped in buckets upon the box canyon containing the town of Telluride and its surrounding mountainous amphitheater.
I stayed at Hotel Telluride, which was a great home base for my action-packed days, especially with the SUV shuttle that runs in and out of town on demand. The cozy lobby was very Colorado Chic: big fireplace, mossy green- and chocolate-colored upholstery, miniature iron elk statues, antler chandeliers. I was particularly grateful for the […]
Hotel Telluride is voted in the Top 15 in Colorado RCA Resorts.
If you’ve ever seen a can or bottle of Coors Light, then you’ve seen Wilson Peak; this mountain serves as the mascot of this iconic American beer. And I climbed its 14,017-foot peak. The Hotel Telluride served as our home base during this adventure, and what a fabulous place to call home.